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daisy. california governor jerry brown announcing this weekend the devastating state of california. the poster child for entitlements, well, guess who says that he needs to bail them out more now with the wealthy than ever before. >> stuart varney is absolutely hot under the collar on this one. we just saw the governor, former governor moonbeam as he was known in california say in january, we thought it was going to be $9 billion. we're at $16 billion. how can they make such a boo boo? >> he delivers the message on you tube. that's extraordinary. what a shocker! how can you be $7 billion off in five months? how could this possibly happen? i'll tell you, number one, they didn't get all the tax revenue they thought they were going to get because california's economy is really flat on its back. number two, they couldn't make the spending cuts they wanted to because the courts intervened and stopped them. so what does governor brown want now? more tax increases. >> of course. >> tax the healthy, raise the sales tax which in fact will make things far worse. there was an exodus of --
decided to be a stay-at-home mom. now, campbell brown who used to work for nbc and then for cnn, she has written an op ed in "the new york times" which is quite startling because she really takes president obama to task about his war on women. says that it's condescending. and says that women in general are smarter to be able to figure out exactly what they think and how they want to be handled and she doesn't appreciate the way he, she believes, has been talking down to women. >> talking down in a condescending way. she says look, we don't need you to tell us or sort of pander to us with our issues. what we need you to do is just give us a seat at the table, essentially and we'll figure it out for ourselves. after all, we are women and we can figure out things for ourselves. >> right. and you can speak -- >> i can -- >> we are women. >> i channelled women for a second and i felt it. >> everybody knows that i know women. you've met women once or twice. >> i know the gender backwards and forwards. >> they don't want people like you and me pandering to them on these very issues. the presid
of a challenge because i had to turn to the boys, get three different colors, three different shades of brown and they stayed brown all year round and we had some concerns of them being out in the street and being spoken to by a police person and we told them frankly, keep your hands out of your pocket. look directly at the police officer and answer the questions and have change in your pocket because at that time there were no cell phones. and just be careful. >> erin, the best piece of advice you got from speaking to these extraordinary moms? >> i think two pieces of advice, find the good and praise, each child is an individual and the second is love your child. that comes automatically and let them find their own way and also, as a new mother, love yourself. and know that you'll find your own way, too. >> "how to rock your baby" is the book. thank you to all the moms on the couch today. >> thank you. >> his critics called him selfish. >> i was briefed. i met repeatedly. i determined. at my direction. i called the president. >> i as commander in chief. >> the president now giving his f
and a lot of advice. >> well, jerry brown said today california -- he thought california was $9 billion in debt. no, we are $16 billion in debt. see, that's why i like arnold. when he gave us bad news, we couldn't understand him. you didn't know what he was saying. i don't want to hear it. >> that new special on pbs on american masters about johnny carson gives you a great appreciation for what a master he really was and kind of shows you everything -- all the hoops that jay leno had to jump through to get that job. >> yeah, it was on the other night between 9:00 and 11:00 and the only thing i want to warn people, if you are hosting a morning show out there and there's a good show on, don't watch it because you won't be able to go to sleep. >> i'm glad i didn't know about it. >> it is fantastic. >> it is. we d.v.r.ed it. very nice. >> let's do your headlines, 7:30 on the east coast. from happy family to unthinkable tragedy. we're looking at the powell family like we've never seen before. >> this is the mad tea party with the mad mommy! >> this video taken about a year before susan po
, now wants scott brown's senate seat. what's interesting, for years apparently she checked the native american box on various resumes and what not. turns out that not true. >> yeah. all due credit to the boston herald for raising these unpleasant questions late last week about an issue that i think is very near and dear to the heart of academics and those of white house have watched the exploitation of the racial spoils racket. they asked questions about her i'dification as a native american and initially she denied that she had ever done it when, of course, for years and years, almost a decade, there are professional law school directories where she had identified sheriff as a quote, unquote, minority law school professor, asked for evidence, her first reaction was to accuse those of asking for proof of being guilty of sexism! and of course, by implication, racism! this is an embarrassment because she benefited from that special status, which even some native american groups are questioning now, and the mockery that has ensued is quite delicious. i can't top deny miss miller who call
requires drastic change and the time for that change is now. >> congressman brown who is a physician was animated by -- he got a copy of the background check that the t.s.a. applies to its own employees. >> right. >> it was nothing. it wasn't a serious background check at all. and then he looked at the number of t.s.a. employees who themselves were indicted for crimes, committed on the job! and that infuriated him and quite properly, he asked for mr. pistole's resignation. >> you add the fact that there are these stories out now that apparently even the most sophisticated scanners we got could not pick up this new kind of bomb they devised out in the arabian peninsula. >> the israelis have a very sophisticated way to do it which is inoffensive and doesn't involve touching but involves eye contact and conversation. the line are short. >> 20 questions. >> like we just did right now. >> all right. that's andrew napolitano. >> that gym where they grunt and groan, is that where kilmeade works out? >> i don't think so. >> all right, judge, thank you very much. >> coming up on a day wh
of californian 9/11 victims. instead, both governors jerry brown and arnold schwarzenegger used the funds to help plug up the california deficit. here to comment is the host of "varney & company" on the fox business network, stuart varney. how could they possibly do that? >> it's a mark of desperation. california is broke. they've got a $17 billion deficit and they're scrounging around to any available pool of cash including this one to sort of help them bail out that deficit. even though, look, they're $15 million that's been collected over the past 10 years. you pay $50 and you get the special license plate. $40 annual renewal fee. they bought in $15 million. a tiny amount of money actually. but more than half of it has been diverted away from anti-terror programs, away from scholarships for victims of survivors and towards paying down the debt. that's a mark of desperation, they'll raid any pool of cash that they can get their hands on. >> we're looking right now on the screen at some of the places that that money apparently went to instead of -- >> yeah, food and agriculture department, the
it nice and simple with some seasonings and everything you can get at wal-mart. a little brown sugar, thyme, cumin, chili powder and ever glade seasoning. himalayan rock salt. and just gets a nice crust. carmelizes, something anyone at home could do. >> gretchen: that is nice and simple. >> steve: the way we like to keep it. >> brian: what would winning mean to you? >> everything. it's a great group of guys here. all these guys are top notch chefs. i've already won. >> brian: you've already won best pants. >> thanks so much. >> steve: we're going to take a quick timeout. when we come back, we'll tell you the top two edge -- finalists. round of applause for the guys with the meat! [ applause ] >> gretchen: right back [ male announcer ] how do you trade? with scottrader streaming quotes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, on every screen. and all in real time. which makes it just like having your own trading floor, right at your fingertips. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. try our easy-to-use scottrade
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